The lawsuit is likely to be handled more quickly in state court . The county is already counting early ballots, thanks to a new state law giving officials an extra week to count. As a result, the lawsuit states, the number of requests for absentee ballots in Arkansas "has been dramatically higher in 2020 than in previous years".
The day before, Prime Minister Jean Castex had said that curfews initially planned for nine major cities including Paris would be extended to cover as many as 54 different departments across the country, affecting 46 million people in all.
Bars and restaurants in the Czech Republic are closed under current regulations created to at least slow the spread of the virus. However, at another news conference, Prymula told reporters that he had no intention of stepping down and denied violating any measures as he claimed he had not met anyone at the restaurant.
A Federal Reserve study published Friday estimated that USA renters could owe $US7.2 billion in unpaid rent by December because of coronavirus-related job losses. Pelosi said Thursday she and Mnuchin were nearing agreement on how to allocate money for testing and tracing to safely reopen schools and the economy, a central element for the speaker in the talks.
Now, those clashes have spilled onto the streets of France, as people gathered outside Guinea's embassy in Paris to protest against the incumbent president. Conde, a former opposition leader who was sentenced to death in 1970 by Marxist President Sekou Toure, finally won the top job in 2010. Conde was elected President of Guinea in 2010.
The data, which is updated at least every hour, does not distinguish between the number of COVID-19 patients in hospital intensive care units and those in acute-care beds, which require less attention from nurses. Of this total, 519 (55.1%) took place in hospital, 357 (37.9%) in care homes, eight (0.8%) in hospices and 58 (6.2%) at residential addresses or other locations.